In case you missed anything from Glenn Clark Radio this week, here are a few highlights to check out.
Author/UMBC color analyst John Feinstein discussed his new book “The Back Roads To March” and whether he ever considered just writing about the Retrievers instead:
Ravens offensive lineman Bradley Bozeman and his wife, Nikki, discussed Marshal Yanda’s retirement and the impact he had on Bradley to start his NFL career:
Pro Football Hall of Fame voter and Talk Of Fame Network’s Clark Judge discussed Yanda’s chances of reaching Canton, particularly whether it would be via his first ballot:
Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young discussed the future of the Baltimore Orioles, Royal Farms Arena and the Preakness/Pimlico agreement he helped author:
Former Maryland/NFL linebacker E.J. Henderson (Aberdeen) discussed being elected to the College Football Hall of Fame:
Ravens center Matt Skura discussed his rehab from season-ending knee injury, what Marshal Yanda has meant to him, The Bachelor and more:
Baltimore mayoral candidate Rikki Vaughn talked about the future of the Orioles, getting folks back to Camden Yards, the new Pimlico, the future of Royal Farms Arena, sports betting and more:
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